Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel

If you're a regular reader of The Life Edit then you'll already know how much I love the Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel.

After finishing my bottle of Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish I fancied a change, so after doing my research I swiftly added this to my wish list and off I trotted to Boots. 

What makes this cleanser so special is the three different consistencies it transforms to when applied to the face. Initially the product starts as a gel, following with a good buff into warm skin, where it then transforms into an oil. Finally when washed off with water, it then emulsifies into a milk, leaving your skin clean, soft and makeup free.

 This cleanser is a great option if you fancy giving yourself a little bit of a pamper. It feels wonderfully luxurious when massaged into the skin - very spa like. 

As you can see, I have a fair amount left in the tube (you really do only need the smallest amount) and I've been using it religiously twice a day for around two months now, so for £19.50 it definitely a great price, especially as it also removes eye makeup.

This is a great option for people (like myself) who need that little bit of added moisture in their skin this time of year. If your skin is more on the oily side, however, then the Clarins Daily Energizer Cleansing Gel is perhaps a better alternative. You can pick it up the Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel from House of Fraser, here.



  1. This sounds so lovely! I've never actually heard a bad thing about this product. Definitely need to try it for my self ASAP xx

    1. It's the most awesome cleanser - you must try!

  2. I love Clarins cleansers - they're gentle, do a deep lovely cleanse and smell amazing :o). Xx


  3. Great review. I had a facial last year and they used this, it felt so luxurious and never got round to picking myself up a bottle! I love the smell of Clarins products x

  4. I'm really interested in these cleansers. I simply don't know what one to get though. My skin can get so dry and horrible at this time of the year. But it also gets oily. So i don't know whether I should hydrate it or go for the oily-girl option. xxo

    The Edge of Beauty

    1. I would recommend maybe going to a Clarins counter and speaking to one of the sales assistants - they will be able to give you an idea of what will be best suited for you.

      Also, I know it's not Clarins - but Origins do free mini facials if you're interested in trying out some of their products as they cater to all skin types.

      Hope that helped!


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